She rearranged the fuel and added some pine needles and leaves.
Xander gingerly pulled the necklace free and rearranged her hair.
Kutuzov seemed to reflect, searching for an example, then with a clear, naive look at Bennigsen he added: "Oh yes; take the battle of Friedland, which I think the count well remembers, and which was... not fully successful, only because our troops were rearranged too near the enemy..."
They could have rearranged the fixture with Coventry but decided early in the week to go ahead and play.
For students who lip-read, furniture might need to be rearranged so that the faces of everyone can be seen.
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